Friday, March 13, 2009


DUCT TAPE WALLET BOOK From Library Journal
You knew it was bound to happen. Someone, someday, was going to write an entire book on crafting with duct tape. Although it is a huge stretch to call duct tape a fiber, public libraries with demand for inexpensive craft projects may be interested in this project book. It was written by a high school student who was intrigued by a duct tape wallet a friend showed her and discovered that the tape comes in a variety of colors and can be used to make such things as men's ties, belts, bracelets, visors, photo frames, purses, and even, for the adventurous, clothes. The 25 projects include full-size patterns and step-by-step instructions. Consider for young adult collections.
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duct tape wallet book

Duct Tape Wallet Book Description
People love duct tape. Whether it is Red Green fixing everything in sight with the material on his PBS television show or kids fashioning wallets to give to their dads on Father’s Day, duct tape is here to stay.

Now children and adults can make 30 fun, kooky, and unique projects with everyone’s favorite fix-all, including a picture frame, visor, purse, tie, and postcards. All projects are made solely of duct tape; no other supplies except scissors are needed! Crafters can then decorate their unique creations with embellishing tools like stickers and markers.

Ranging in difficulty from easy to more advanced, each project is presented with step-by-step instructions and photographs.

• 30 projects for making fun, kooky, and unique items with duct tape
• Easy-to-follow instructions and step-by-step photographs
• Each project can be completed with only duct tape, scissors and optional embellishments

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